Ian Prattis transports you to a faraway world free of Earthly problems – or so it seems. Earth in the near future is dying due to Humankind’s damage to the environment. Children are sent via spacecraft to a distant planet to escape Earth and restart Humanity. Red haired Catriona is astonished to find raven haired Rising Moon is already living on the planet – thanks to ancient shamanic means. A sharing of cultures-technologies ensues as they join other Earth refugees to form a new, sustainable, caring community – but can they withstand the dark threat of invaders bringing traits of treachery, rape, power struggles and murder?
The clash of cultures, late in the twenty first century, opens this epic novel of pioneers establishing community in a neighboring galaxy. It coincides with the demise of modern civilization on Earth. Four Hopi Sacred Keepers offer their lives in a ceremony to provide renewal on a distant planet that none of them will experience. A jihadist cell on Earth hijacks a spaceship and imperils the lives of the pioneers, who respond with tactical violence to kill them. The starkness of survival prepares a backcloth for distinct love stories. The dark episodes and lyrical passages move the story along with action, fear, resolution, death, execution, rape, bravery, ethical settlements and exile in a futuristic opportunity for humanity.
This sci-fi finale of a trilogy stands on award winning Redemption and Trailing Sky Six Feathers. From these prior books New Planet, New World incorporates minor characters, who become front and center in this futuristic adventure. Time, culture, space and consciousness are fused across centuries. This action packed book of intertwining plotlines arc into the epiphany of the final chapter, the end game of a philosophy for the future. The reader now begins to anticipate and harken to the rip tides of this futuristic novel.